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Camp NaNoWriMo 2020: Here I go again!

Camp NaNoWriMo 2020: Here I go again!

I’ve already done Camp NaNoWriMo this year, but here I am, getting ready to do it again! I was actually pretty successful back in April, surpassing my goal of 60,000 words, which I’m really proud of. The only problem is I now know that it is possible for me to write such huge word counts in a month, so I don’t really have any excuses to not meet the same goal this time! So I’m doing it again! I’m hoping to write 60,000 words in the month of July, but whether or not I can pull off the same feat… Read more »

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Can I write 60,000 words in a month?

Can I write 60,000 words in a month?

It’s April 2020, the world has gone crazy, and apparently so have I. With the UK officially in lockdown, life feels very weird and scary, especially as I still have to be out and about in public as part of my job (I’m a postwoman, so I’m still out delivering mail and parcels). At times the streets seem kind of eerie, like a ghost town, and at other times it still feels like there’s far too many people out and about, and it makes you feel kind of panicky knowing you need to keep your distance. And let’s not even… Read more »

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Camp NaNoWriMo Complete!

Camp NaNoWriMo Complete!

Back at the start of July I wrote a post about how I was going to do Camp NaNoWriMo this July, but I was going to put a spin on it: instead of working on a novel, I was going to write 30,000 words worth of short stories. Well, 15 short stories later, I’m pleased to say I reached my goal! My 15 stories varied in length from 500 words to 5,000, and were about everything from fairytales and alien princesses to traffic jams and ghosts! It turned out to be so much harder than I expected, and I had known it… Read more »

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